Our Metal Guide will walk you through the strengths and weaknesses of the most common metals used in jewelry & rings.
Precious Metals Used in Jewelry
Learn about some of the most popular types of metals that are commonly worn in everyday jewelry.
Renowned for its gleaming luster and denseness, white gold is one of the most popular metal choices for jewelry, adding a timeless and classic beauty to engagement rings.
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Known as the most popular shade of precious metal, yellow gold is extremely popular, not only in fine jewelry but in the market today. A mixed array of copper alloys and silver creates its luxurious and warm hue.
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Often known as the most “romantic” metal, rose gold is an extremely popular metal choice for those looking for a feminine or luxurious touch. The combination of copper and silver creates its darker hue. By adding a larger portion of copper to the ring, the “rose” tones in the metal will become more apparent.
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Platinum is hypoallergenic and is four times more durable than gold. Its silvery-white surface is comparable to white gold, although it’s noticeably heavier.
Learn more about Platinum.
Alternative Metals Used in Rings
Explore the array of alternative metals that can be featured in a ring; adding a different and attractive appearance.
Recently, cobalt has become increasingly popular as a material for wedding rings because of its durability, silvery-white shine, hypoallergenic properties and affordable price tag. Perfect for an active lifestyle, cobalt is typically used in men’s wedding bands. Cobalt contains a specific mix of alloys for a beautiful, yet durable, shine.
Take a look at our Cobalt Rings to fit your personality, lifestyle, and budget.
Tungsten jewelry is a popular metal choice in fine jewelry due to its durability and longevity. Tungsten is combined with carbon and other elements to form an alloy that is 10 times harder than gold. When professionally polished, tungsten has a high, long-lasting gleam and is more scratch-resistant than other precious metals.
Express your boundless bond for one another with our durable Tungsten Rings.
Similar in color to platinum, titanium is a silver-grey metal that boasts incredible strength without added density and weight. Ideal for those with allergies or skin sensitivities, titanium is 100% hypoallergenic. Although lightweight, titanium jewelry is more resistant to bending and scratching when compared to pieces made from other metals.
Shop traditional and contemporary men’s Titanium Wedding Rings.
Deemed a smarter, lighter alternative to platinum, palladium has gained immense popularity as the jewelry metal of choice by both women and men alike.
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Agatized dinosaur fossils are used in order to create the unique style and look of our dinosaur bone rings. In order to create the ring, the original form of the fossilized bone is either replaced or re-mineralized with compounds such as agate, opal, jasper and chalcedony. With this process, it creates a beautifully patterned dinosaur bone inlay that has become extremely popular for men and women alike.
Connect to your Jurassic side with rare and exotic dinosaur bone rings.
Damascus Steel rings are made by hand in order to recreate the metalsmithing, ancient techniques used in making traditional samurai swords. The combination of heating and twisting stainless steel layers creates the unique and vivid patterns seen in Damascus Steel.
Our unique Damascus Steel Rings are hand-forged to create strong and bold patterned bands.
Zirconium is easily one of the most popular choices of metals when it comes to alternative colors.
Zirconium is naturally a silver-grey color. In order to create its black coloring, when heating zirconium, a layer of black oxide forms upon the metal. Though it is very thin, this black layer is much harder than raw zirconium, allowing the metal to become more durable.
Elysium Rings are made from real crushed diamonds that are engineered into an extremely durable, scratch-resistant material. Diamond crystals are fuzed together under extreme heat and pressure and pressed so tightly that light cannot pass through. This process gives Elysium Rings its signature black color.
As hard as a diamond, because it is a diamond, Elysium Rings are a bold statement loved by all.